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We present explicit expressions for multi-fold logarithmic integrals that are equivalent to sums over polygamma functions at integer argument. Such relations find application in perturbative quantum field theory, quantum chemistry, analytic number theory, and elsewhere. The analysis includes the use of properties of a variety of special functions.

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We present a data structure that allows to maintain in logarithmic time all partial sums of elements of a linear array during incremental changes of element's values.

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We obtain resonances for short exponential sums involving Fourier coefficients of Maass forms for $\mathrm{SL}(n,\mathbb Z)$. This involves deriving asymptotics for the integrals appearing in the $\mathrm{GL}(n)$ Voronoi summation formula. As an application, we also prove an $\Omega$-result for short sums of Fourier coefficients.

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In the present paper, we first prove the logarithmic convexity of the elementary function $\frac{b^x-a^x}x$, where $x\ne0$ and $b>a>0$. Basing on this, we then provide a simple proof for Schur-convex properties of the extended mean values, and, finally, discover some convexity related to the extended mean values.

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We proved a new and precise inequality between the differences of power means. As a consequence, an improvement of Jensen's inequality and a converse of Holder's inequality are obtained. Some applications in probability and information theory are also given.

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We proved a new and precise inequality between the differences of power means. As a consequence, an improvement of Jensen's inequality and a converse of Holder's inequality are obtained. Some applications in probability and information theory are also given.

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Due to Girard's (sometimes called Waring's) formula the sum of the $r-$th power of the zeros of every one variable polynomial of degree $N$, $P_{N}(x)$, can be given explicitly in terms of the coefficients of the monic ${\tilde P}_{N}(x)$ polynomial. This formula is closely related to a known \par \noindent $N-1$ variable generalization of Chebyshev's polynomials of the first kind, $T_{r}^{(N-1)}$. The generating function of these power sums (or moments) is known to involve the logarithmic derivative of the considered polynomial. This entails a simple formula for the Stieltjes transform of the distribution of zeros. Perron-Stieltjes inversion can be used to find this distribution, {\it e.g.} for $N\to \infty$.\par Classical orthogonal polynomials are taken as examples. The results for ordinary Chebyshev $T_{N}(x)$ and $U_{N}(x)$ polynomials are presented in detail. This will correct a statement about power sums of zeros of Chebyshev's $T-$polynomials found in the literature. For the various cases (Jacobi, Laguerre, Hermite) these moment generating functions provide solutions to certain Riccati equations.

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In this paper we investigate some convergence and divergence properties of the logarithmic means of quadratical partial sums of double Fourier series of functions in the measure and in the $L$ Lebesgue norm.